SAFE events on the horizon


August 18, 2017

What do a golf tournament, a noontime luncheon, and an evening gala have in common? They all support survivors in our community!

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SAFE CARES to address sexual exploitation of children


August 18, 2017

We are embarking on a new program to provide a comprehensive response to survivors of exploitation by creating opportunities to be, and feel, safe.

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SAFE stands against hate


August 15, 2017

SAFE’s executive leaders express their horror at the recent events in Charlottesville and reiterate the organization’s commitment to creating a safe and supportive society for all.

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Pathways to Justice: Improving response to people with disabilities


June 16, 2017

SAFE is assisting with Pathways to Justice, a training to ensure our justice system can better work with people with intellectual & developmental disabilities

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Announcing SAFE’s Alumni Community Services program!


June 16, 2017

With the announcement of an $80,600 grant from Impact Austin, Alumni Community Services is on the way! SAFE will launch the new program this fall.

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SAFEline: Let’s chat


June 10, 2017

Sometimes a phone call is too dangerous. Sometimes it’s just easier to talk with text. SAFEline chat is here. Let’s chat.

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Celebrating families for National Foster Care Month


May 18, 2017

In celebrating National Foster Care Month, SAFE is grateful for the families that have opened their minds, hearts, and homes to children who need support.

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You can help stop generations of abuse


April 25, 2017

The trauma and violence survivors face every day is often the result of generations of abuse. You can help survivors stop the cycle

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SAFE named 2nd best large nonprofit in U.S. to work


April 7, 2017

Whether at our Austin Children’s Shelter Campus or SafePlace Campus, Planet SAFE or at SAFE HQ, SAFE is an amazing place to work.

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Legislators must support our most vulnerable children


April 6, 2017

It often takes the worst possible event to make change happen and I hope our state legislators, who are currently debating funding for the child welfare system, are recognizing and learning the most important lessons from this tragedy.

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